The application period is now open for the Local Governance Summer Institute (LGSI) seminar at Stanford University. Each year, the program brings leaders together to innovate solutions to pressing challenges for local government.
The California City Management Foundation (CCMF) is pleased to announce that the City of Oceanside and the City of Selma have been selected as the recipients of the second annual Judy L. Kelsey Memorial Fund grants.
Each year, CCMF offers two grants to local governments to fund summer internships. Applications will be accepted from California cities and towns until 5:00pm PST on Friday, April 30, 2021.
Each year, CCMF offers scholarships to graduate students in California who are interested in pursuing a career in local government. Applications are due by 5:00pm PST on Friday, May 7, 2021.
Thank you again to our panelists for their time and insights on this crucial topic of how the definitions of "public safety" and "policing" are evolving in our cities.
CCMF presented two awards at the 2021 League of California Cities City Managers Conference, commending the 2021 City Manager of the Year and Corporate Sponsor of the Year.
CCMF Executive Director Ken Pulskamp will preside on a panel about the role of police in public safety at the 2021 virtual League of California Cities City Managers Conference.
Reva Feldman, CCMF Board Member and Malibu City Manager, is one of 10 finalists in the running for the League of Women in Government’s 2020 Leadership Trailblazer Award.